Johannes Hachmann is a 2018 Meyerson Award Recipient

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Published April 6, 2018

Recipient of a 2018 NSF CAREER Award, Johannes Hachmann, PhD, is an emerging leader in the field of computational and data-driven research in chemistry and materials. He is an excellent teacher devoted to enabling students to understand difficult concepts and a generous mentor dedicated to helping his students set and achieve professional and academic goals. Dr. Hachmann helped launch and advises UB’s Engineers Without Borders, which provides students with valuable opportunities to positively impact the world through responsible engineering practices.

The President Emeritus and Mrs. Meyerson Award for Distinguished Undergraduate Teaching and Mentoring (the Meyerson Award) was established through a generous gift by the late UB President Emeritus Martin Meyerson and his wife, Margy Ellen, to recognize exceptional teaching and mentoring at the university. It is the highest university award given specifically for undergraduate mentoring. This year’s winners will be recognized in the fall at the university-wide Faculty and Staff Celebration of Academic Excellence [Learn more about The Meyerson Award]